ASB welcomes new leadership


Danny Tajimaroa

ASB welcomes Kyra Badiner as President and Collin Riccitelli as Vice President for the next school year. Their positive attitude and charming charisma is sure to lead the school towards great success.

Madison Medina, editor in chief

As classes come and go, ASB welcomes students each year to run for office and become potential leaders of CHS. This year, students have chosen Kyra Badiner as President for the 2015-2016 school year.

“I don’t know exactly when becoming ASB president became a goal of mine, but I remember starting sophomore year thinking it might be the job for me,” junior Kyra Badiner said. “I want to be president because I like being heard but I also want to make sure others are heard as well. I love being a part of ASB and I’m glad to be going into my fourth year in ASB as president.”

With the elections just closing, these elected students have already been making improvements for the upcoming school year, leaving students with excitement for new and improved activities.

“I can’t give a lot of details about anything yet but seniors should look for information about new senior row parking,” Badiner said. “Plus all grades should be thinking of what they would like as a casual dance.”

Along with Badiner as president, new additions to the team include Collin Riccitelli as vice president, and Mr. Riccitelli as the new ASB advisor.

“I have been in ASB for the past two years and I also have been the 2016 class president as well,” junior Collin Riccitelli said. “I love being involved with the school so I think as vice president I will make the next year fun for students.”

Although these students hold new positions this year, working together is nothing new. For the past few years, Badiner and Riccitelli have been working together not only in ASB, but as class representatives.

“I am excited to work with Kyra because she is the one who got me into ASB in the first place,” Riccitelli said. “In freshman year she asked me to join her in the class president role, and I think that’s what really sparked getting into ASB for me. She is a great leader and I am going to do my best to help and support her.”

With many hours of involvement, these students have knowledge of school activities  and what students want for the new school year.

“My goal for next year is to pump up spirit, become a family of all grades and create activities that everyone can enjoy,” Badiner said. “I want to be the person people can turn to for anything and set a good example for all students. I also really want to make 2016 a great year for our school and memorable for my senior class.”